The following individuals have appeared or will appear before District Judge James Edgcomb to face various charges.
Coty Lee Quiggle, 22, of Danville was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. Quiggle allegedly took possession of the vehicle registration belonging to another on Aug. 21, 2018.
Daniel Joseph Hess, 32, of Benton was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with driving under the influence of alcohol generally impaired/incapable of driving safely, operating a vehicle without required financial responsibility, failure to keep right, disregard for traffic lanes, and careless driving. The incident occurred in Tioga Borough June 23 when police observed Hess crossing the center line.
Raymond Matthew Whittle, 57, of Westfield was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with possession of drug paraphernalia. It is alleged the items were found during a domestic incident in Clymer Township Sept. 14, 2018.
Tyler Lynn Lapoint, 24, of Tioga was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with possession of drug paraphernalia, use or possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while operator privilege is suspended or revoked, driving under the influence of alcohol generally impaired/incapable of driving safely, driving under the influence highest rate of alcohol .16%, driving under the influence of controlled substance. driving under the influence of controlled substance impaired ability, driving under the influence of controlled substance combined alcohol and drug, driving registered vehicle, violations of driving registered vehicle, violation of restrictions on open containers, careless driving, disregard for traffic lanes, and driving registered vehicle. Preliminary alcohol tests read .241%. Other test result identified drug as follows: 32ng/mL of Delta-9carboxy THC, 4.9 ng/mL Delta-9THC and 2.2 ng/mL of 11-hydroxy delta-9THC. The charges were filed after police received a report of a two-vehicle accident on State Route 328 in Lawrence Township.
Chad M. Wilson, 45, of Lawrenceville was charged by Tioga police with four counts each of theft by unlawful taking and criminal mischief.
Wilson allegedly removed property from the victim’s residence including a dehumidifier, a portable fireplace, two air conditioners and a refrigerator. Wilson also allegedly damaged a garage door, outside light fixture, drywall and the kitchen stove on Mitchell Creek April 18.